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The Department of Small Business Development Government vacancies



To lead and coordinate an integrated approach to the promotion and development of entrepreneurship, Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises (SMMEs) and Co-operatives, and to ensure an enabling legislative and policy environment to support their growth and sustainability. The Department of Small Business Development Government vacancies will boost any career.


How to apply for Government vacancies at the Department of Small Business Development:

Complete and sign a Z83 form, attach a current CV that got updated recently, plus copies of qualification(s) and your matric certificate, ID and drivers license (if applicable), or any other relevant documents. Ask whether such copies need to be certified beforehand;
You can download your editable Z83 and get your free editable CV before applying.

Contact details of the Department of Small Business Development:

Address:
77 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria 0002

Number:
(+27) 861 843 384

E-mail: 
info@dsbd.gov.za

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The Department of Small Business Development has a wide variety of careers. Some of these Government vacancies include:

Administrative Officer (Funding): Community and Partnership Development

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